The program focuses on training in the Japanese language and occupational skills for Vietnamese students and laborers who plan to work in the Northeast Asian country.

Representatives of Quang Trung University and the Japan - Vietnam MCHR Consultant Co., Ltd. sign the cooperation program on July 9.

It will create opportunities for students of Quang Trung University and its partner schools in Binh Dinh and nearby provinces to learn the Japanese language and study in Japan free of charge, Rector of Quang Trung University Nguyen Dinh Phu said at the signing ceremony on July 9, expressing his hope that his school’s relations with the JVMCHR will continue growing.

JVMCHR Deputy Director Asaga Hiroshi said in this program, the company will provide a free program worth 3,600 USD for the university’s students who major in nursing and wish to study and work in Japan. The program will help reduce expenses they have to cover when learning there.

Also on July 9, Quang Trung University opened a free Japanese language class for about 200 students of the university and some high schools in Binh Dinh, Phu Yen and Gia Lai provinces. Organized in both offline and online formats, the class is part of the university’s cooperation program with the JVMCHR.

Source: VNA